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Discussion on: Deploy Rails in Amazon ECS: Part 5 - Integrate Sidekiq and Redis for background processing

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Jason

Great series, can't wait for the rest! Why not use Elasticache for Redis instead of an EC2 instance?

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Raphael Jambalos Author

Thank you, Jason! I actually haven't tried Elasticache so I preferred to demo this via installing Redis on an EC2 instance. But I do believe using Elasticache would have been much simpler...